Heal Your Inner Child


You’re a smart, well-rounded, and well-educated person, right? So why is it you keep making the same poor choices over and over again? Why do relationships in your life suffer because of poor communication? Why do you sometimes feel as though you have no control in your life? It could be because your inner child is in the driver’s seat, and if you’ve ever seen a six-year-old drive, well, that says it all.

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Emotionally Intelligent Ways To Express These 5 Feelings At Work






You’ve heard by now that you need to be “transparent” and “authentic” and to “bring your whole self” to work. More often than not, these phrases are shorthand for expressing your feelings. But while it’s true that you need an emotionally intelligent approach both to build a great work culture and to advance your own career, there’s more to it than just wearing your feelings on your sleeve.

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Proof that lying can be GOOD for you (honest!): How fibbing can improve your career, relationships and even your health






Ian Leslie reveals in his new book that lying is as innate to us as communication – and just as important to our survival.

We all know, of course, that liars are always other people. Lovers who have fallen out accuse one another of deceit; voters declare all politicians liars; the religious charge the godless with hating the truth, while atheists accuse churchgoers of perpetuating the biggest lie of all.

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Las dos emociones que aumentan el riesgo de infarto hasta un 750%


Que bajo determinadas circunstancias nuestras emociones sean capaces de llegar a provocarnos un infarto o ataque cardíaco, no es algo nuevo. De hecho, ya hemos hablado sobre cómo cuidar nuestro corazón en base a nuestro bienestar emocional. Sin embargo, hemos sido un poco generalistas en ese sentido, sin centrarnos específicamente en qué tipo de emoción aumenta más el riesgo de infarto que otra, o si hay algún tipo en especial que lo haga destacando sobre el resto. Hoy sí vamos a centrarnos y ser específicos, pues un nuevo estudio afirma que existen dos tipos de emociones en especial que aumentan el riesgo de infarto hasta un 750% (o más) tras dos horas de haber sufrido dichas emociones. Leer Más